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Must read for hospice social workers!   No discussion of counseling in hospice would be complete without an acknowledgment of the little book that has become the

Must read for hospice social workers! No discussion of counseling in hospice would be complete without an acknowledgment of the little book that has become the

A tale of forming a new therapeutic relationship with a hospice patient.

A tale of forming a new therapeutic relationship with a hospice patient.

The Conversation: Book Review by Marissa Abruzzini

The conversation : a revolutionary plan for end-of-life care / Angelo Volandes.

Hospice social worker tricks to creating a great first impression for patients

Success as a hospice social worker depends on connecting well with patients. How to make a great first impression on new patients and family members.

Being a counselor for hospice patients and their family members

Ensuring social workers have what they need to enjoy providing optimal care working in hospice. #hospicesocialwork #socialwork #socialworkselfcare hospicesocialwork.com

Honoring our parents goes beyond obedience to a place where we bestow value and respect. It is a life-long calling motivated by unconditional love.

5 wishes is proactive planning!!! Read it and sit with your family to discuss. *My husband and I have this and already have it on file...

Five Wishes, a very thorough advance care planning document, legal in 42 states.

The following infographic is created by Coogee Aged Care. Home health nurses are becoming more popular and in great demand - providing the much-needed care to the aging population. A home health nurse works in the home with various patients, providing a wide array of treatments and support. In this infographic, we go over the five most prominent of them and discuss their responsibilities in some detail.

The following infographic is created by Coogee Aged Care. Home health nurses are becoming more popular and in great demand - providing the much-needed care to the aging population. A home health nurse works in the home with various patients, providing a wide array of treatments and support. In this infographic, we go over the five most prominent of them and discuss their responsibilities in some detail.

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the word that #HospiceHelps. Learn more about our work at www.midlandcare.org  If you’re a not-for-profit hospice provider, you are welcome to use these infographics with your own logo. We want them to be a resource! Contact us to get files you can edit.

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the…

Hospice Nurse

So You Want to Become a Hospice Nurse

A Hospice Nurse cares for patients at the end of their lives. Their main responsibility is to help people live as comfortably and independently as possible and with the least amount of pain, in their final days.

How you know you are succeeding in hospice social work.

Hospice social work: honest, practical, comprehensive - What hospice social workers need to know to excel at their professions.

Areas of functioning for hospice social workers to address during routine visits.

How to ensure that you make gooid use of hospice social work routine visits, even when "all's well" or people aren't talking much.

Talking with those who are dying can be difficult even in the best of circumstances. There is a need for guiding family members of the terminally ill, as well a

Talking with those who are dying can be difficult even in the best of circumstances. There is a need for guiding family members of the terminally ill, as well as friends, caregivers, and even those mo

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the word that #HospiceHelps. Learn more about our work at www.midlandcare.org  If you’re a not-for-profit hospice provider, you are welcome to use these infographics with your own logo. We want them to be a resource! Contact us to get files you can edit.

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the word that #HospiceHelps. Learn more about our work at www.midlandcare.org If you’re a not-for-profit hospice provider, you are welcome to use these infographics with your own logo. We want them to be a resource! Contact us to get files you can edit.

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